3 July 2021
EU-Russia Relations Today
This course explores the problems and potential solutions driving EU-Russia relations covering not only the dynamics between Brussels and the Kremlin but also talks of the inner workings and foreign policy models of the EU and Russia. The course is open to anyone interested in global politics and EU-Russia relations.
The course covers such topics as:
- EU-Russia relations in the 1990s
- The turn of the century and the Kosovo crisis
- EU-Russia relations in the early 2000s and the issue of Chechnya
- Cooperation and conflict at the brink of Eastern Enlargement
- Colour revolutions of 2003-2005
- 2006-2008: gas diplomacy
- Russian-Georgian conflict and the Partnership for Modernization
- The current crisis in EU-Russia relations
- Sanctions in EU-Russia relations today
The course is taught by Anna Dekalchuk, Associate Professor, Saint Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies, Department of Political Science and International Affairs.
The course is intended for a wide audience and everyone interested in international relations.
Formal requirement: 18+.
The course aims at equipping students with knowledge and competencies for pursuing research in EU-Russia relations and developing policy expertise and advice.
EUR 440: EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
EUR 445: REGULAR
The fees cover registration and tuition.